I explore digital and visual representations of climate and environment, research that I locate where Rhetoric meets the Environmental Humanities. Currently, I'm exploring temporal visualizations of river and coastal flooding and the corresponding narratives and imaginaries that accompany them.
I seek to understand visual media—such as data displays or rephotography—in context of their corresponding physical spaces, hoping to highlighting the complicated, marginal, sometimes violent histories embedded in our digital expression.
In my research and pedagogy, I ally myself with the environmental humanities. Increasingly, I'm thinking about ways to cross disciplinary boundaries and to reach audiences beyond the academy. I'm always interesting in talking about environment, digital realms, and speculative futures.